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Asian greens

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Add a touch of the exotic to your vegetable garden with Asian greens. They come in a fascinating array of colors and textures. Some have curled or rounded leaves, while others produce feathery, deeply lobed leaves. Leaf colors range, too, from deep red to light green. Flavors vary from mild to spicy, so experiment -- an easy thing to do because they're fast and easy to grow from an inexpensive packet of seeds.

Plant Asian greens in early spring or late summer so that plants will mature in cool weather.

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Part Sun, Sun

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From 1 to 8 feet

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6-24 inches wide

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Komatsuna
Komatsuna
is an upright plant that bears medium green leaves with white stalks. Plants are ready to harvest 35 days after seeding.
'Green Spray' mibuna
'Green Spray' mibuna
features straplike leaves that add a mildy spicy flavor to salads. The plants grow 12 inches tall. 40 days
'Kyoto' mizuna
'Kyoto' mizuna
bears deeply fringed leaves that are borne on thin white leaf stalks. They add a decorative touch to the garden and mildly spicy flavor to salads. 45 days
'Red Giant' red mustard
'Red Giant' red mustard
grows 1-2 feet tall and has broad purplish-red leaves. Young leaves add zing to salads; older leaves should be cooked for best flavor. 43 days
'Florida Broadleaf' mustard greens
'Florida Broadleaf' mustard greens
resemble spinach but have a snappier flavor. The plant, which matures in 45 days, is used as steamed greens.
Mustard
Mustard
Mustard is a multipurpose plant. The greens are used for salads and in cooking, and the seeds are used for spices and in condiments. The seeds of different varieties yield various colors of mustard, ranging from yellow to brown. Mustard grows best in cool weather in a sunny, well-drained location.
Tatsoi
Tatsoi
features deep green, crinkled leaves and forms a compact rosette. The spoon-shape leaves have a mild mustard flavor. Plants mature in 45 to 50 days.
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